The Voice from Non-BRICS Countries

After lengthy discussions between the BRICS countries and the five invited countries, the BRICS summit has come to an end. In the forum venue,numerous journalists are busy sorting through documents and reviewing the thoughts and ideas that have been discussed during the meeting. Among this huge group are a special team, they all come from non-BRICS countries – countries that are not even part of the “BRICS-Plus” grouping.

Sep 12, 2017

What are They Interested In?

The leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa met in China coast city Xiamen early September.
The summit of the BRICS nations brings together five major new emerging economies, who are seeking a greater say in world affairs.
A number of overseas media, including many from non-BRICS countries, also keeps a close eye on the latest reports from the summit.
So, what aspects are they focusing on?

Sep 8, 2017

Ambassadors on BRICS Plus

Then how do other developing countries make of the proposal? What opportunities does the BRICS Plus promise to them? To get some insight about these, China Today interviewed ambassadors of Iran, Georgia, Nepal, and South Sudan to China as well as two diplomats from Argentina and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

Sep 4, 2017

Is BRICS Power on the Wane?

The BRICS is significantly influenced by the western economies and their debt crisis. In these circumstances, some media have begun to talk of “fading BRICS” or even “broken BRICS”. Is there any truth in this talk?

Aug 30, 2017